Book reviews in Labour History Review Volume 87 (2022), Issue 1

The books listed below are reviewed in Labour History Review (2022), 87, (1), 91-108. Find out more.

Dave Lyddon reviews Keith Gildart and David Howell (eds), Dictionary of Labour Biography, vol. 15, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. xv + 320, h/b, £109.99, ISBN 978 11374 57455, ebook, £87.50, ISBN 978 11374 57462
Royden Harrison reviews vol. 1, Bulletin of the SSLH, 1972.
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Lewis Darwen reviews Peter Jones and Steven King (eds), Navigating the Old English Poor Law: The Kirkby Lonsdale Letters, 1809-1836, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020, pp. xix + 381, h/b, ISBN 978 01972 66816

Bill Jones reviews Chris Evans and Louise Miskell, Swansea Copper: A Global History, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020, pp. x + 229, h/b, £40.50, ISBN 978 14214 39112

Yann Béliard reviews Matteo Millan and Alessandro Saluppo (eds), Corporate Policing, Yellow Unionism, and Strikebreaking, 1890-1930: In Defence of Freedom, London: Routledge, 2021, pp. xxv + 271, h/b, £96, ISBN 978 03673 74129 (the open-access version of this book is available here, under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-commercial-No-Derivatives 4.0 license).

Matthew Stibbe reviews Amerigo Caruso, ‘Blut und Eisen auch im Innern’: Soziale Konflikte, Massenpolitik und Gewalt in Deutschland vor 1914 (‘Blood and Iron in the Interior as Well’: Social Conflict, Mass Politics and Violence in Germany before 1914), Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 2021, pp. 361, p/b, €29.95, ISBN 978 35935 13287

Quentin Outram reviews Paul Jennings, Working-Class Lives in Edwardian Harrogate, Lancaster: Palatine Books, 2021, pp. xvi + 264, p/b, £14.99, ISBN 978 19108 37375

Andrew Perchard reviews Jim Phillips, Valerie Wright, and Jim Tomlinson, Deindustrialisation and the Moral Economy in Scotland since 1955, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2021, pp. x + 285, h/b, £85, ISBN 978 14744 79240

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